The Canadian War Museum, your museum of military history, offers a wide range of learning opportunities that will fascinate students of all levels. Through historical artifacts, personal stories, artwork, photographs and interactive presentations, the Museum’s school programs help students discover Canada’s rich military history.
As 2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War, the Museum will present a number of special activities to complement its impressive array of permanent exhibitions. Let your students immerse themselves in a dynamic, hands-on experience that is sure to expand their knowledge of the conflicts that shaped Canada, Canadians and the world.
Our programs support Ontario and Quebec primary and secondary school curricula.
- Conflict and Remembrance (Grades 3 to 6; Cycle 2 and 3)
- Wars on Our Soil (Grades 6 to 8; Cycle 3 to Secondary 2)
- The Twentieth Century (Grades 10 to 12; Secondary 4 and 5)
- For Crown and Country: Canada and the First World War
- Forged in Fire: Canada and the Second World War
- Witness to History (All Grades)
- Group Orientation Programs (All Grades)
- Guided Tours (Intermediate and Secondary)
- Gallery Activity Sheets (Intermediate)
- The Colonel Douglas H. Gunter History Award (Grade 12; Secondary 5)